- s containing or of the nature of alcohol
- The mere fact that neither "sport," in the modern sense, nor "spirituous liquors" had been invented when the Gods uttered their respective prohibitions is immaterial.
- Persons using spirituous liquors in public are liable to a fine of between $5 and $75; arrested drunkards can be fined from $35 to $375 or can be imprisoned for from one month .
- Whiskey, brandy, rum or any spirituous liquor should be freely given, so as to produce intoxication, if possible.
News & Articles
- Craven changes structure of its ABC board
Regardless of where you sip your martini in North Carolina, the sale of the spirituous liquor that gives it a punch is controlled by counties under North Carolina’s General Statutes.
July 9, 2013 - New Bern Sun Journal
- Joseph Reed in Boston Globe (registration)
...lure of using original sources to tell the tale does pay off in passages of period flavor: After the Trenton victory, American General Joseph Reed tells of the "great Quantities of Spirituous Liquors at Trenton of which the Soldiers drank...